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Old 07-31-2013, 01:24 PM   #11
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Ok i was also thinking of changing the hippo to a blue jaw trigger. I really like both. That's when you wish you had an extra foot to make the tank 7 feet lol oh well I'll probably go with the hippo tang.
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Old 07-31-2013, 01:26 PM   #12
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Triggers can be on the aggressive side just so you know. And they will eat your snails and hermits. :-(
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Ok thanks now I will really go with the hippo!

I really like gobies I had an orange striped prawn goby with so much personality!
He was my favorite fish in the tank till he jumped out one night
I never thought I would get so upset over a fish. I really want another orange stripe so I might get one in the next tank.

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Good luck, will be watching for your build in the next few months.

Stocking is probably the most fun thing about fish tanks, at least to me! So many choices and they are all usually good ones. lol
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I say a few months but knowing how picky my parents are, it will probably take them a little longer to find the perfect house for us to move into. Lol
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